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Canada’s Copyright Act contains an ’unlocatable owner’ licensing mechanism (sometimes referred to as the ‘orphan works’ mechanism).
One of the main themes at the Oxford Planning Law conference was the benefit of public participation in planning.
On 17 September 2014, the CFPB issued a proposal to supervise ‘larger participants’ in the auto finance market.
At International Tax Review’s annual Americas Awards, Dentons’ tax controversy practice has been named North America Tax Disputes Firm of the Year.
Financial Regulatory Developments — Commission plans Level 2 programme; FCA publishes mobile payments review; and more
Dentons has published the 19 September 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
Franchising is a proven route to the successful international co-operation between F&B businesses and local real-estate investors.
The Canadian Securities Administrators has announced that it intends to publish a new proposal for changes to the regulation of takeover bids.
On 16 September, Tax Law360 published an article quoting Todd Welty regarding the case Schaeffler et al v United States No. 14-1965 (2d Cir.).
The Ontario government says that it is acting on the early results of the Mining Sector Health, Safety and Prevention Review.
‘Inversion’ transactions are nothing new, and the current proceedings appear to be just another replay of earlier games of tag between the government and US multinationals.
In Devon Canada Corporation v The Queen, the issue is whether the taxpayer may deduct $20,884,041 paid to cancel issued stock options.
Issues relating to customs value have been a common source of questions since work began on legislation.
Planned amendments to income taxes — introduction of taxation of income of CFCs and modification of thin capitalisation rules
On 16 September 2014, the Polish president signed the Act of 29 August 2014 amending the Corporate Income Tax Act, the Personal Income Tax Act and certain other laws.
A report issued by WP 29 has raised concerns regarding certain limitations in Québec’s scheme of protection for personal information.
Employer did not breach safety-reprisal settlement when it dismissed employee after harassment investigation
An employer that dismissed an employee after a harassment investigation did not breach a previous safety-reprisal settlement with the employee, the OLRB has held.
Custom and practice have always been important when it comes to interpreting laws in the Sultanate. In some circumstances, custom may even be law itself.
In some instances, the company should consider a strategy of shifting some of the costs and fees associated with compliance to the party issuing the subpoena.
Independent governance committees will need to be in place by the April 2015 implementation date.
Can the Premier League take down online goal videos and should it?
There has been a lot of talk about the Landlord and Tenant Covenants Act 1995 following the decisions in Good Harvest v Centaur and K/S Victoria v House of Fraser.